Lewis Semprini

 

Other Publications

Book Editor

Leeson, A., P.C. Johnson, R.E. Hinchee, L. Semprini, and V.S. Magar, In Situ Aeration and Aerobic Remediation, Battelle Press, Columbus, OH (2001).

Hinchee, R.E., A. Leeson, and L. Semprini, Bioremediation of Chlorinated Solvents, Battelle Press, Columbus, OH (1995).

Hinchee, R.E., A. Leeson, L. Semprini, and S.K. Ong, Bioremediation of Chlorinated and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Compounds, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton (1994).

Book Chapters

Semprini, L, R.L. Ely, and M.M. Lang, “Modeling of Cometabolism for the In-situ Biodegradation and Trichloroethylene and Other Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons,” in Bioremediation: Principles and Practice Vol. (1) Fundamentals and Applications, S.K. Sikdar and R.L. Irvine, Eds., Technomic Publishing Co., Lancaster, PA, pp. 89-134 (1998).

Semprini, L, “In-situ Transformation of Halogenated Aliphatic Compounds under Anaerobic Conditions,” in Subsurface Restoration, Herb Ward, J.A. Cherry, and M.R. Scalf, Eds., Ann Arbor Press, Inc., Chelsea, MI, pp. 429-449 (1997).

Semprini, L, G.D. Hopkins, D. Grbic-Galic, P.L. McCarty, and P.V. Roberts, “A Laboratory and Field Evaluation of In-Situ Bioremediation of Trichloroethylene, cis-and-trans-Dichloroethylene, and Vinyl Chloride by Methanotrophic Bacteria,” in Bioremediation: Field Experience, P.E. Flathman, Ed., Lewis Publishers Inc., Chelsea, MI, pp. 383-412 (1993).

McCarty, P.L. and L. Semprini, “Ground-Water Treatment of Chlorinated Solvent in Groundwater Clean-Up Through Bioremediation,” in Handbook of Bioremediation, Lewis Publishers Inc., Chelsea, MI, pp. 87-116 (1993).

Online Tutorials

Lessons and Tutorials for Using the Interactive Groundwater Model 3.5.6 (IGW) to Simulate Groundwater Remediation, http://ccee.oregonstate.edu/enve/igw/ (2005).

Articles in the Mass Media

"Microbes to the Rescue," Newsweek, June 19, 1989, pg. 56-57.

"Progress on Using Bacteria to Clean Aquifers," Christian Science Monitor, February, 13, 1990, pp. 12-13.

"Pollution Technology Uses Gas Loving Bacteria," OSU Press Release, February 25, 1998.

Gas-Loving Bacteria Can Break Down Toxins in Soil, Water," Corvallis Gazette Times, February 28, 1998.

"Reaching Towards the Potential of Bioremedation," Centerpoint, A Publication of the Hazardous Substance Research Centers, Volume 6(1), 2001.

"OSU to Operate a New $5.5 Million Hazardous Substance Research Center," OSU Press Release, November 26, 2001.

"Oregon State Initiative Seeks to Capture the Mystery of Microbes," OSU This Week, Volume 44(17), Feb 3, 2005.

"Small microbes do big things for OSU researchers: Initiative investigates life on other planets, finds new ways to clean up our own," Jennifer Moser, The Daily Barometer Feb. 11, 2005.

"New Challenges in Biogeochemical Gradient Research." EOS, Vol. 86(44):1, Nov. 2005.

 

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